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Psychometric assessments can be very useful in summarising long conversations, by bringing trends or ideas sharply into focus.  They graphically show something you may have been battling to put into words, and can be a huge support in a journey of discovery.  Imagine tools that give you the freedom and space to find out who you are – through exploring your Self, your World and your Opportunities.

With over a decade of experience in the psychometric field, I believe assessments have a valid role to play in contemporary Psychology.

  1. They utilise and operationalise the latest theories and techniques from leading experts in various fields
  2. They summarise a very long conversation with clients
  3. They provide objective results which are utilized in therapy to uncover insights

Assessments are not always necessary, and when they are used, care should be taken to use assessments of excellent pedigree and solid psychometric properties.

I am an Accredited User of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI® Step I and II), Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i® & EQ360); Hogan Suite (HPI, HDS & MVPI), MSCEIT™, TESI, the California Psychological Inventory (CPI 260 and CPI 434), 16 Personality Factor (16PF5®), MCMI-III™, and MMPI 2™ amongst other assessment tools.

The main areas in which I use assessments are:

 Personality  Emotional  Intelligence  Values
 Aptitude  Interests  Conflict  Management
 Strengths finder  Stress Management  Leadership

I make use of both world renowned international assessments as well as locally developed assessments of exceptional quality.